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93 minutes
Tax Implications of COVID-19: Tax Collection in the Time of COVID-19
The panelists will discuss the relief granted by the People First Initiative and the effect of COVID-19 on enforced collection, collection alternatives, and strategies for individuals and small businesses to secure abatements of penalties and interest.

American Bar Association

$115

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57 minutes
Yes, You Need Them: The Value of Financial Advisors and Investment Bankers in § 363 Sales
This panel will discuss the value and involvement of financial advisors and investment bankers in successful section 363 sales, as well as strategies for working with financial advisors and investment bankers to navigate negotiations of section 363 sale terms, maximizing recoveries, and handling ethical issues that may arise in section 363 sales.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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58 minutes
Finance 101 for In-House Counsel
For any global organization, the integration of legal and finance departments is critical. While the CFO analyzes financial reports and the GC tends to address business and compliance issues - your ability to understand accounting and finance will better equip you to handle the business matters beyond compliance. The session will review the basics of corporate finance. You’ll also hear from in-house legal counsel how they interact with their accounting and finance team.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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65 minutes
Distressed Market Conditions: The New Bankruptcy Wave
The panel will discuss the state of distressed and bankruptcy related investing, including where they currently see opportunities, their thoughts on the credit cycle, what may drive the next wave of bankruptcies, the potential effects and repercussions of the leveraged loan market, the role of CDS and the “empty creditor” dynamic, and the impact of BDC’s, CLO’s and direct lending firms.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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62 minutes
Adapting to CFPB Regulation Guidelines
In this session, GCs will discuss the impacts of rules enacted by the CFPB with regards to consumer transparency and fraud protection, and what they mean for their organizations. Panelists will share procedures for streamlining procedures to adapt to CFPB regulations, and strategies for compliance moving forward.

SuperConference

$65

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59 minutes
GCs as Leaders: Balancing the Needs of the CEO, Board & Corporation
This session will discuss how GCs are balancing the needs of the CEO and the Board to advise on strategic business initiatives that CEOs seek, while also managing complicated issues in the Boardroom, like crisis management and orchestrating mergers and buyouts, and protecting the Board’s decision-making processes to serve their fiduciary responsibility.

SuperConference

$65

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64 minutes
The GC & CFO Panel: Managing Corporate Risk as Partners
Both CFOs and GCs are highly evolved risk managers who bring to the company very different perspectives on risk management. The panel discussion will highlight key components of the GC & CFO roles as risk managers, departmental interactions and interactions with the board.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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84 minutes
GM/Successor Liability Sale Issues: What Now?
This panel explores the state of the law on successor liability for purchasers of assets in a ? 363 sale since the Second Circuit’s GM decision.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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71 minutes
The Critical Role of Financial Advisors in Unwinding Ponzi Schemes
This panel focuses on the role of financial professionals in Ponzi scheme bankruptcies, including the initial investigation, establishing the existence of a Ponzi scheme, determining who the “winners” and “losers” are, seeking additional recoveries (including chapter 5 actions and other litigation), making distributions and negotiating settlements.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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